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  • Linda Rozenfelde defended her doctoral theses

    February 2018 started with successful defense of doctoral theses "Anhydrobiosis in yeast grown at oxygen limited conditions and its biotechnological applications" by our colleague Linda Rozenfelde. Scientific supervisor of theses is also our colleague Dr.Hab.Biol. Alexander Rapoport.

  • Seminar Nr.9: "Advanced methods for bioprocess modeling, optimization and control" by Vytautas Galvanauskas

    Our long-therm collaborator Vytautas Galvanauskas from Kaunas University of Technology in Lithuania gave a talk on topic that is very complimentary to the activities of our institute. How to control the biotechnological processes in real time. We hope to collaborate in projects also in the future.

  • The 11th workshop “FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostics”

    The 11th workshop “FT-IR Spectroscopy in Microbiological and Medical Diagnostics” was held at Robert Koch-Institute (RKI) on October 19-20, 2017. As always it brings together scientists from around the world to discuss, network & encourage the application of IR and Raman spectroscopic techniques for the characterization and differentiation of intact microbial, plant, animal or human cells.

  • Biotechnological conference in Lviv
    Alexander Rapoport

    7th International Weigl Conference has taken place in Lviv on 26-29 September 2017. About 130 researchers have participated in the conference. They represented Poland, Ukraine, The Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Austria, Turkey, Iran, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia.

  • SpaceScanner published at Bioinformatics
    Egils Stalidzans

    Atis Elsts (currently at University of Bristol) Agris Pentjuss and Egils Stalidzans have created a wrapper software for the software COPASI ( for automatic execution of optimal adjustable parameter combination search in metabolic engineering tasks. The software is published in the journal Bioinformatics (Oxford), IF=7,3.

  • COST action OpenMultiMed works in groups in Malta

    13-th and 14-th September items of multiscale modeling (multiscale modeling, multiscale data science and multiscale computing) were discussed in relation with systems medicine in the sunny Malta. Specialists from participating countries were presenting their work and collaborative activities were discussed to facilitate the development of the field.

    The Valetta Campus of University of Malta as avenue surprised by its ancient look and stimulated fantasies about the history of university in Malta.

  • FEMS Council meeting in Lisbon
    Alexander Rapoport with FEMS President Prof. Bauke Oudega (on the right).
    Aleksandrs Rapoports

    Prof. Alexander Rapoport participated in the annual FEMS (Federation of European Microbiological Societies) Council meeting in Lisbon (Portugal). This meeting was devoted to the issues linked with further development of microbiology research and education in Europe. There were also elections for 3 new positions of FEMS Directors on education, international affairs and publications.